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    Green snot in our bub is almost always from hay fever.... No infection or anti-bs needed. And I don't keep her home from indoor activities either. She can't do any outdoor activities though, as it makes the hay fever worse. Not all green boogers are infections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabella View Post
    Green snot in our bub is almost always from hay fever.... No infection or anti-bs needed. And I don't keep her home from indoor activities either. She can't do any outdoor activities though, as it makes the hay fever worse. Not all green boogers are infections.

    Ah hay fever gets green boogs too?? I didn't think of that, hayfever is not one I've dealt with thankfully. I was always lead to believe clear snot good, green snot, snot good. We copped an infected green snot unfortunately. Shall I say snot, just one more time??

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    * snot snot snot booggers!!

    We are all about the booggers here lol.

    Yep, green with hay fever. We were surprised too. But now if she has had hayfever, and they are green with her still generally well, we don't worry. Lots of children's antihistamines being used here in Melbourne ATM.
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    Haha. Gotta love a bit of snot-talk!

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    "muuuuum, DS has a booger bubble coming out of his nose again!" says big sis for the 12th time that day!

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    I've just seen this thread! Story of my life, DS has had a cough since May but we have always had the brush off from the Drs with the viral thing. Then one doc diagnosed asthma. We aren't too sure because he's only 17 months. Cough is still persisting and we just don't know what to do next!

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